Rocky Mountain Fire

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Fire Danger and 4th of July activities.

Fire Danger across the State of Colorado is increasing.  As you head out to go camping, hiking or even for a Sunday drive you need to be in the “know” about the restrictions wherever you go.

The State of Colorado has created a list with links to every County, the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and other public lands in Colorado for your use prior to traveling and recreating in the great outdoors. https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dfpc/fire-bans-and-restrictions.  Please follow the restrictions in place at your destination, the fire danger this year is very real and we would like everyone’s community to stay safe including our own.  Please don’t spread sparks or light fires where they are restricted.  If you must have a fire be sure to FULLY extinguish it before leaving it unattended for any reason by following Smoky Bear’s guidelines. Smoky Bear's guide to campfires

This 4th of July the Town of Superior is again hosting a great family event starting with a fun run and parade.  After you’ve worked up an appetite come eat pancakes at community park and share in the fun with your community.  Please go see a public fireworks display and leave the show to the professionals it will eliminate the danger fireworks can present to you, your neighbors and pets.

Have a happy and safe 4th of July.

@RockyMtnFire